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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, July 08, 1929, Image 9

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Second Section T ZL ^ uot,1L 9200 The Dancing Season Ends Gaily On a Summer Lawn Young Pupils of Mrs. Haviland In Season ’ s Last Recital In A Grecian Moment Musical Dance of the Summer Garlands Youngsters from several Westchester communities have been the pupils of Mrs. Clayton Haviland. this past season, at the regular sessions of her dancing class. Last week the class brought its season to a close with a recital given on the lawn of the Robert ­ son home on the grounds of the Westchestcr-Biltmore. These pictures, taken by The Daily Press photogra- 'pfler, serve to mirror some of the numbers the dancers gave in the course of the afternoon. Their leader, Mrs. Haviland, has her home on West street, Ma- maroneck. Mistress of the Dance Draped with blossoms and arrayed in the traditionally dainty ballet costumes, this group of bHght-clad girls was most effective in the Garland Dance. The little dancers include Ann Wilson, Edna Cune, Ruth Wilson. Betty Ortiz. Lucille Bereow. Barbara Young, Marion Nichols, Janet Cipoth, Priscilla Bereow, Marion Robertson, Nancy Ed ­ mondson, Eva Cipoth and Adelaide Irving. Against the background of trees and foliage, the Grecian.costumes of these young ­ sters stood out with striking simplicity. The eight little dancers in the group gave a graceful interpretation of a \Moment Musical.\ They were Marian Robertson, Jane Cipoth, Lucille Bereow, Eva Cipoth, Betty Ortiz, Nancy Edmondson, Ann Wilson and Priscilla Bereow. The Clowns Make Merry From the Land of Windmills MRS. CLAYTON HAVILAND Mrs. Haviland is the instructress under whose guidance the youngsters shown in these pictures have brought to a close a year ’ s happy interest in the graceful moods r.nd manners of the art of terpaichore. The quaint costumes of children from the land^of tulips and canals brightened the scenery as this little set of dancers bowed and bobbed through a Dutch di&ce. The Dutch dancers were Marion Robertson, Priscilla Bereow, Eva Cipoth, Betty G$Hz, Jane Cipoth, Lucille Bereow, Nancy Edmondson, Ann Wilson. No costumes were more spectacular than the contrasting dark and light outfits of the gay little clowns, whose merry dance and bright faces added appreciably to the gaiety -------- The clowns were Ann Wilson, Marion Robertson. Eva Cipoth. Nancy ( of the afternoon. — - --------- .... -------- ---------- , ---------------------------- -- - -------------- \Edmondson Prispilla Bereow, Betty Ortiz, Lucille Bereow, Adelaide Irving in the front, and in the rear. Jane Cipoth, Ruth Wilson, Claire Wilson, Edna Cune, Barbara Young and Marion Nichols, Swanees Swing A Silken Shoe Democracy Marks the Dance Four young women with the smart colors and tricky styles that found their origin around where the ponies run, danced through a orisk number that delighted the audi ­ ence! 'fhe girls in'the dance were'Edna Cune, Barbara Young,..and Ruth - and Claire Wilson- - ■ - -■ -v. v ., ,i. ‘ ■ ■■■ . • . • • >•. \ Bright red ruffs and bright-red costumes made a dazzling picture aa 1 swayed to the brisk strains of the music that supplied a background'for Dance. The. girls are Edna Cune, Barbara Young, Marion Nichols, AA Ruth and Claire Wilson. The bajlet dancers chummed with the newsboys; the priraa donna favored the shepherdess; and they all beamed-merrily as the camera clicked for their picture. The dancer* are Ruth .and Clsnre. Wilson, newsboys, and in the ront row, Nancy Ed-

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